It's difficult to ship your pet, especially if you use air nannies. We implore you to begin the procedure as quickly as possible due to the extensive advance planning that is necessary. On the day of the move, you won't have any headaches, and you'll know your pet is healthy enough to travel.
- Check which airlines allow pets and ensure your pet transport carrier complies with airline regulations.
- Reservations for flights should be booked at least 6 weeks in advance.
- A month prior to your travel, compile your pet's vaccination records then provide a copy of your pet's rabies vaccination certificate to the relevant authorities in your destination.
- 2 weeks before the journey, a veterinarian must examine your pet.
- Even though the documentation needs are typically less stringent for land transport, many businesses nonetheless demand a Certification of Veterinary Inspection provided no more than 10 days before travel.
- Verify that a carrier, food, and water will be provided by the transportation business. If not, make sure your animal companion has a cozy carrier.
- To help it become used to the car, take your pet on gradually longer car rides.